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16 April 2009
3 December 2009 - Speech on the Administration of Justice in Wales
23 July 2009 - Regional Cabinet
8 April 2009 - Visit to HMP Cardiff and Cardiff Magistrates' Court
(c) Northern Ireland
7 September 2009 - Opening of the Legal Year in Northern Ireland
Mr. Roger Williams:
To ask the Secretary of State for Justice what estimate he has made of the proportion of (a) lamb, (b) beef, (c) chicken, (d) pork, (e) turkey, (f) other meats, (g) vegetables and (h) fruit procured
by his Department that was produced in the UK in the latest period for which figures are available; and if he will make a statement. 
|Reference||Category||MoJ||MoJ-public sector prisons||MoJ-private prisons|
|Her Majesty's Court Service and headquarters buildings-locations with centrally let catering contracts( 1)|
|Ministry of Justice||Number|
|(1) There are no food contracts.|
This most recent information is contained in a Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs report for 2007-08 detailing the proportion of food grown or reared in the UK used by Whitehall Departments, including that supplied to public sector prisons in England and Wales under contracts negotiated by HM Prison Service, now part of the National Offender Management Service (NOMS).
Andrew Selous: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice how many and what proportion of staff of his Department, its executive agencies and non-departmental public bodies work flexibly or part-time; and what his Department's policy is on making jobs available on a job-share or flexible basis. 
|Part Time (PT)||PT (%)||Full Time (FT)||FT (%)||Total|
ONS Data as at 30m June 2009
These figures include civil servants employed in the MOJ, its executive agencies and Wales Office plus MOJ staff on secondment to Scotland Office all of which are recorded on the central HR databases.
Managers consider all requests to work flexibly. Many of these requests for flexible working may be made informally and therefore will not be formally recorded. Information concerning how many staff participate in such arrangements is not collated centrally and could not be provided without incurring disproportionate cost.
To ask the Secretary of State for Justice how many people in (a) Mid Bedfordshire
constituency, (b) the East of England and (c) England were disqualified from driving as a result of (i) drink driving, (ii) speeding and (iii) dangerous or reckless driving in each of the last 10 years. 
Claire Ward: The number of disqualifications imposed at all courts in the Bedfordshire police force area, the East of England Government office region and England for driving after consuming alcohol or taking drugs, speed limit offences, dangerous and careless driving offences, is given in Tables 1, 2 and 3 from 1998 to 2007 (latest available).
|Table 1: The number of disqualifications imposed at all courts in the Bedfordshire police force area, for selected motoring offences, from 1998 to 2007( 1,2)|
|number of offences|
|(1) It is known that for some police force areas, the reporting of court proceedings, in particular those relating to summary motoring offences, may be less than complete. (2) Every effort is made to ensure that the figures presented are accurate and complete. However, it is important to note that these data have been extracted from large administrative data systems generated by the courts and police forces. As a consequence, care should be taken to ensure data collection processes and their inevitable limitations are taken into account when those data are used. Source: Justice Statistics Analytical Services-Ministry of Justice.|
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